How much do Project X shafts weigh?

The lightest Project X shafts come in at 110-grams and 5.0 or regular flex. The 5.5 stiff shafts weight 115-grams. Stiff+, 6.0, shafts weight 120-grams and 6.5 or extra-stiff shafts weigh 125-grams.

How many grams are Project X shafts?

The Project X IO shafts are available in 5.5, 6.0, and 6.5 flex, which translates roughly to regular, stiff, and X-flex. As you move up in flex, the shafts get 5 grams heavier, starting at 105 grams in the 5.5.

Is Project X 6.0 a stiff shaft?

Performance. Lower spin and lower trajectory is exactly what you can expect from these new shafts from Project X. Due to the nature of the shaft, the flexes only come in stiff (6.0), stiff+ (6.5), and extra stiff (7.0).

What weight are S300 shafts?

130 grams
Because the weight can differ slightly during production — and because Dynamic Gold is a weight-sorted product — the standard stiff flex is broken out into three sub-flexes: S200 (127 grams), S300 (130 grams) and S400 (134 grams).

Is Hzrdus a good shaft?

The HZRDUS Black shaft is one of the most demanding shafts on the market. This shaft is made for golfers with extremely high swings speeds and violent transitions from backswing to downswing. The HZRDUS Black can be a cure for players looking to reduce some launch and dial in spin rates with their driver.

Do pros use graphite shafts?

In total 100% of the top 100 PGA Tour pros use graphite shafts in their drivers, fairway woods and hybrid clubs. 14 out of the top 100 use graphite shafts in their utility irons while 21 pros use steel.

When would you use graphite shafts?

Who Should Use Graphite Shafts?

  1. If your swing speed is slower.
  2. If you’re a beginner and/or high-handicap golfer who could use extra ‘mis-hit’ forgiveness.
  3. If you tend to feel fatigued toward the end of your round of golf.
  4. If you have arthritis and can’t tolerate the sting of vibrations at impact.

How heavy should my driver shaft be?

The shafts in the drivers of most golfers are probably in the 60 gram bracket. These shafts are light enough to help with speed yet heavy enough to give that feeling of more stability during the swing. This shaft weight will be beneficial to most golfers out there.

How fast should your swing speed be for stiff shafts?

In general, golfers with driver swing speeds over 95 mph should play stiff flex shafts, and those under 95 mph should play regular flex. Shafts also come in extra stiff (105+ mph) and senior flex (under 85 mph).

Do graphite irons go further?

The graphite shafts are more forgiving and do not sting when you mishit, and beginner golfers should take advantage of that. Also, the lighter graphite shafts make the irons go farther when hit well, so it is a win-win for golfers in the game improvement section.

What’s the difference between Hzrdus shafts?

HZRDUS Black – Low Spin, ultra-stable midsection, for aggressive players. HZRDUS Yellow – Low Spin, backweighted, for smooth tempo players. HZRDUS Red – Mid Spin, ultra-stable midsection with softer tip, for players looking for higher trajectory.

What is the difference between the Hzrdus shafts?

HZRDUS Yellow is a counter balanced, low spinning shaft that features a straight tapered midsection for improved feel. HZRDUS T1100 is all about reducing spin. HZRDUS T1100 is the stiffest, lowest launching and spinning shaft in the entire Project X graphite family.

What weight are X100 shafts?

With tighter tolerances, Tour Issue is offered in just S400 (132 grams) and X100 (130 grams) flexes. There’s no need for sub-flexes.

How heavy are S300 shafts?

What weight are R300 shafts?

The weight, butt, tip, length, and launch are all the same. The fact that there is only one difference makes it much easier to decide between the two shafts….Dynamic Gold R300 vs S300 | What Are The Differences?

Feature R300 S300
Weight 124g – 137g 124g – 137g
Butt .600” .600”
Tip .355 .355
Flex Regular Stiff

Are graphite shafts lighter than steel?

Graphite shafts are much lighter and more expensive in comparison to steel shafts, and weigh between 50 and 85 grams. As a result, the lightweight shafts on graphite irons can help to create a greater swing speed for more power.

Are graphite shafts easier to hit?

More lightweight than steel, hence increases swing speed and boosts distance (by 5 yards with each golf club). Because of the lighter weight, graphite shafts are easier to swing. Muffled vibrations on off-center shots. Thus, less painful in the hands, arms, and shoulders.

What is the difference between Royal precision and Project X?

Royal Precision, an iron shaft only company, was acquired by True Temper in 2006. The Project X brand name was part of that purchase. Project X branded driver shafts appeared soon after that purchase. They use the same stiffness designation as the Project X irons shafts, numbers, rather than letters.

Who makes Project X graphite shafts?

True Temper, owners of the Project X brand, are now looking to take this success into the graphite shaft arena with the new Project X graphite shaft. True Temper are no stranger to graphite shafts as they also own Grafalloy, makers of the fantastically successful Prolaunch and Blue range of shafts.

How are the Project X driver shafts numbered?

The numbering system on the Project X driver shafts, like all other driver shaft stiffness designations I have seen are based on both weight and stiffness. A heavier 6.0 shaft will also be a stiffer 6,0 shaft. I looked at four versions of the Project X driver shaft, the original Blue, the lighter weight Black, the newer, PXV Tour52 and the PXV.

Is the Project X PXV 39 the lightest shaft on the market?

While there is no shortage of lightweight shafts on the market, the PXv 39 currently stands as the high (or should it be low?) water mark of what shaft manufacturers can do with new materials and construction. The PXv shafts add significantly more variety to Project X ’s line of graphite shafts.